updated 10:35 pm EDT, Wed October 31, 2007
leopard review part two
Time Machine is arguably the most promoted feature of Leopard, designed to make backup functional and accessible to the average user, as most users are put off by the setup and maintenance required of professional backup solutions. For the basic user, Time Machine is approachable and doesn't require much advanced comprehension to set up, so it succeeds in this regard. The real question is whether it will stand up to a conventional backup solution, and if it will suffice for the needs of more experienced users who have more exacting needs. Read on for the second segment of our multi-part Leopard review.